Driving without a driving license is a deadly danger on German roads. A quarter of Germans who caused an accident with personal injury without a driving license were between 25 and 35 years old. 22 percent of Germans who took to the wheel without a driving license and caused an accident were even under 25 years of age.1
The presentation will be based on the "The Effects of Social Norms Among Peer Groups on Risk Behavior: A Multilevel Approach to Differentiate Perceived and Collective Norms" (Sarah Geber, Eva Baumann, Fabian Czerwinski, and Christoph Klimmt, 2019 – BAST M 292). The presentation will illustrate which kind of communication within the driving education may help to build up young responsible drivers.
The presentation will be followed by a Q&A session.
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